Monthly Archives: September 2014

Bry Boesen “I Took My Parents to Burning Man,” and Brenda Davis, co-author of “Becoming Vegan” for Winds of Change Sept 25 14

Since its beginnings in 1986 Burning Man has evolved into an annual “create a city” event hosting 70,000 people in the desert of Nevada.  Bry Boesen and his film school friends created a documentary, Taking My Parents to Burning Man, and … Continue reading

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Teachers and Parents on the picket line, Stephen Portman and Together Against Poverty – Winds of Change Sept 11 2014

BC’s Liberal Government has ignored TWO important BC Supreme Court decisions, and nearly 2 weeks after the publicly funded private schools opened, public school teachers remain on the picket line.  They want a decent contract that will ensure students get … Continue reading

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Liz McArthur and the Unist’ot’en Camp, Ban the Carriages Rally, and Christie Clark’s 1st Day of School for Gorilla Radio Sept 3 14

Liz McArthur is CFUV‘s News Director, and this summer she travelled on the bus bringing supplies to the Unist’ot’en Land Defenders.   Liz shares stories about what she experienced there, and some of the information she collected for the radio documentary … Continue reading

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